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  • Soft Power

    From September 24

  • For Colored Girls

    From October 8

  • A Bright Room Called Day

    From October 29

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Soft Power

Public Theater

From September 24

Soft Power brings together some of theater's best talents. Written by Tony award winning David Henry Hwang and with music by multi-award winning composer Jeanine Tesori, the new musical has high expectations ahead of its New York Premier. Soft Power fuses humor and an original script to tell the unexpected love story of a Chinese executive falling for the US president, Hillary Clinton, following the 2016 election.

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For Colored Girls

Public Theater

From October 8

The late playwright Ntozake Shange pioneered the term 'choreopoem' through her poignant, emotional and powerful collection of poetic monologues. Depicting the sometimes painful reality of experiencing life as a woman of color, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf tells tales of survival and celebrates sisterhood.

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A Bright Room Called Day

Public Theater

From October 29

A Bright Room Called Day reworks the original play that follows a group of friends who witness the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis in 1930s Germany. The production is centered around actress Agnes who encounters an American woman, Zillah, infuriated by the horrors of the Reagan administration and the increase of authoritarianism in her country.

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